pull rank on (someone)
pull the plug
pull the plug on (someone or something)
pull the rug out from under (someone)
pull the wool over (someone`s) eyes
pull through (something)
pull up one`s socks or pull one's socks up
pull up stakes
punch a hole in (something)
pure and simple
have a time
the order of the day
dead as a doornail
blow (something) out of all proportion
take a shot at (something or doing something)
sleep like a baby
get a load off one's feet
to and fro
touched (in the head)
on active duty
pull over (someone) or pull (someone) over
to force a car to drive to the side of the road and stop (often used when talking about the police)
The police pulled over the man because he had been drinking and driving.
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Key Uses:Disorders of the thyroid, ovary, or left testicleRespiratory problems, such as colds
Origin : Chemically prepared.
Background : The name bromine comes from the Greek bromos, or “bad smell.” An acrid, browny red, smoking fluid, bromine is used as a water purifier, disinfectant, and bleach, and in the production of tear gas.
Preparation : Bromine is dissolved in alcohol, then diluted and succussed.
Remedy Profile : Bromum is best suited to people with an underlying restlessness who tend to stay on the move or run away from situations. They are prone to anxiety and subject to the delusion that someone is behind them.
Respiratory problems treated by Bromum include colds that start in the larynx and travel upward or down to the chest. The nose and larynx may be irritated, with sneezing, catarrh, and hoarseness. An overheated room may cause hoarseness and an inability to speak.
A stony hardness is the most typical gland symptom treated by Bromum. It is most likely to affect the thyroid, ovary, or testicle on the left side of the body.
Symptoms Better : After nosebleeds; for shaving; for being at the seashore; for movement; for riding a horse.
Symptoms Worse : For warmth; for damp; for overheating; for getting chilled while hot; for bathing in the sea; for dust; for drafts; in the evening until midnight; for tobacco smoke; after eating.